Tag Archives: Amphibolips

Acorn Plum Galls (and friends)

Hey, this blog now has over 1000 subscribers! Thanks everyone for your continued interest in my esoteric natural history investigations. I’m still slowly working my way through the photos I took last summer, during which one of my several jobs … Continue reading

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Big, Beautiful Parasitoids

As illustrated by my last post, I’ve resumed working my way through sorting my old photos and have now made it up to this past April.  On April 18, a wasp emerged from a small “oak apple” gall I had … Continue reading

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Oak Apples & Plums

In the final hours before our deadline, as we finished up the introduction to Tracks & Sign of Insects, Noah threw in this sentence: “We no doubt missed many things and probably misidentified a few.”  I knew the first part was … Continue reading

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